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lecture12_tu2_23 - Clicker question A string of beads are...

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A string of beads are connected by a set of taut, ideal springs. At the instant the clock starts (t=0), a pulse is moving to the right on the beads and the shape looks like this. Which of the following graphs looks like a graph of the position for the bead marked with a red arrow as a function of time? Clicker question A B C D
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Phys 1240: Sound and Music Reminder: lecture attendance is not required. If you do attend, please create a good learning environment! Please opt-in to reduce distractions: Turn off cell phones Put away laptops Put away newspapers or other reading Stop side conversations
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www.colorado.edu/physics/phys1240 LAST TIME: Interference, superposition, beats. TODAY: Diffraction. NEXT TIME: Outdoor sound, Doppler shift, sound intensity and loudness. READ : Ch 5.1 and 5.2 • Homework 4 due TONIGHT. • Homework 5 and Reading Question 6 due Thursday. Phys 1240: Sound and Music
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the right is moving left. What do you see at the “central moment” they pass through one another? Clicker question
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